Michigan State University is the ninth-largest university in America in terms of enrollment. This public research university has more than 200 academic programs available, ranging from health communication to elementary education. It consistently ranks in the top 20 for best public institutions. The campus is as picturesque as it is educational, with plenty of winding paths and trees to provide shade for students. Prestigious MSU Museum, located on campus, is one of the oldest in the Midwest. The university also has three residential colleges with curriculums in math, politics, science, and visual and performing arts for budding thespians.
Treasures Old and New
If “shop ‘til you drop” is one of your mottos, East Lansing is the right place. The city has not one, but three major malls, covering all the stores from Macy’s to Bath & Body Works. Specialty shops are waiting as well, such as Kirabo’s gift store and Cravings Gourmet Popcorn. Boutique lovers will want to stop in at Grace Boutique of Old Town for the latest in classic clothing with a modern twist. Antique lovers will find a treasure trove at Lamb’s Gate Antiques and the Antiques Market of Williamston, filled with stylish furniture and retro decor.
Delicious Abundant Ch
East Lansing has many to eat everything from breakfast to dessert. Mouth-watering, freshly baked treats can be found at Aggie Mae’s Bakery. If your morning schedule is busy, but you have a hankering for breakfast anyway, Beggar’s Banquet can satisfy your craving with breakfast served daily. Quality seafood does not have to be sacrificed by living inland if you have dinner at Mitchell’s Fish Market. This restaurant has fish flown in daily from both the east and west coasts. Michigan State University students and alumni will want to grab a bite at the Spartan Hall of Fame Cafe, featuring a huge collection of MSU memorabilia.